India's Central Bank Governor, Shaktikanta Das, has once again voiced concerns about the risks that cryptocurrencies pose to emerging market economies. Speaking at a summit in Mumbai, Das emphasized the need for responsible handling of cryptocurrencies and referenced a synthesis paper by the IMF and FSB that highlights the importance of country-specific regulations. Das also raised questions about the nature of cryptocurrencies and the lack of a universally accepted definition for them. He further discussed the need to understand the purpose of cryptocurrencies compared to Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) and the coexistence of private cryptocurrencies with sovereign fiat currencies. The G20 finance ministers and central bank governors have previously adopted a roadmap on crypto assets proposed in the IMF-FSB synthesis paper. Das clarified that the RBI's intention is not to stifle innovation but to ensure that it aligns with the public interest and serves a beneficial purpose for society.
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